College Achieve's High-Octane Offense Overwhelms Pitman in Group 1 Semis

In a high-energy Group 1 basketball contest, College Achieve Asbury Park displayed a blend of pace and power to dismantle Pitman with a final score of 96-59. College Achieve set the tone early, with Deuce Jones heating up right out of the gate, tallying over 10 points and setting the stage for a fast-paced game. Despite Pitman's sharpshooters, Trey Tinges and Stephen Devanney, finding success beyond the arc, College Achieve held a 23-17 lead at the end of the first. 

The next period saw College Achieve extending their lead, buoyed by the imposing presences of Nas Hart and David Munro. Hart's versatile play, ending with 13 points, 5 rebounds, and 1 assist, and Munro's dominance, notching a double-double with 10 points and 9 rebounds, proved too much for Pitman's defense. Elijah Crispin's playmaking for Pitman shone through with clean assists but it wasn't enough for Pitman to make an impact. 

Emerging from halftime, College Achieve showed no signs of slowing down. Munro and Jabron Harris, who racked up 15 points himself, kicked off a scoring spree that ballooned the lead to 25 points. Hart, in a display of athleticism, hammered home an alley-oop dunk and sank a three-pointer, further showcasing College Achieve's dominance as they ended took a 30 point lead and ultimately close out the game. 

As the final whistle blew, College Achieve Asbury Park had not only secured a significant win but had done so in a manner that highlighted their depth and dynamism. Their ability to maintain intensity throughout the game and leverage their big men's size left Pitman grappling for answers that never came.

The road ahead looks promising for College Achieve if they can sustain this level of performance, as they look to take on a gritty Newark Tech team in the Group 1 Championship this weekend.